The following is a sampling of calls Barre police responded to in recent days.
A residence on Shurtleff Place was filled with marijuana smoke.
On Hale Street, a vehicle was speeding, hit a bank and took out several mailboxes.
Someone broke into a Delmont Avenue residence.
Someone went through some vehicles on Vine Street.
A man was jumped in an alley off of North Main Street. He had bruises on the right side of his head.
On North Main Street, a woman’s wallet and passport were stolen after she gave someone a ride.
Two tires on a Ford Ranger were cut on Third Street.
There was a two-car accident on Maple Avenue around 7:45 a.m. No injuries were reported.
A dog was left in a crate on Summer Street after the owner went to jail.
Someone spray painted the front door of a First Street building.
Someone cut the valve stem off the tire of a man’s vehicle on Thurston Place.
On Washington Street, someone tried to break into an apartment.
Someone stole $150 out of a Chevrolet truck on Hillside Avenue.
A dog was left in a car for over seven hours on Second Street.
Someone tried to break into a West Street building through the window.
A woman had her purse stolen from her vehicle on Prospect Street.
Someone broke into a garage on Nelson Street and the owner found the daughter’s bicycle halfway up the street.
A tall, skinny man was seen breaking into a building through the window on Woodland Drive.
There was a two-car accident on Summer Street around 10 a.m. No injuries were reported.
Someone was bitten by a dog on Franklin Street.
On Keith Avenue, a ring worth $4,000 was lost.
Two young teens were spray painting the retaining wall on Prospect Street.
A woman’s wallet was stolen on North Main Street.
A man was passed out in a building on North Main Street.
Someone stole a car motor, three tool boxes and some tires from Bugbee Avenue.
A car was “ransacked” in the Lenny’s parking lot on North Main Street.
Someone spray painted a truck on Burnham Street.
Two young girls were throwing things at a woman’s window on Hill Street trying to get her son to wake up.
Three kids were on the side of Route 62 and one appeared to be 12-years old.
The following is a sampling of citations Barre police issued in recent days.
On Oct. 11, Dakota J. Whitehouse, 17, was cited for simple assault and disorderly conduct. She is scheduled to appear in Washington County criminal court on Nov. 29 to answer the charges.
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